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RE: Tonneau Covers

To: "'Dan Ray'" <>, "'MG LIST'" <>
Subject: RE: Tonneau Covers
From: "Kevin C. Rarick" <>
Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 11:23:06 -0700
Hi Dan -
I would be very interested in receiving your article on the tonneaux
installation. I'm wanting to get one for my 67B soon since it's sunny and
warm here in the California Bay Area. Btw, Word 97 works for me.
Many Thanks,
Kevin Rarick

-----Original Message-----
From: []On
Behalf Of Dan Ray
Sent: Thursday, May 27, 1999 12:06 PM
To: MG LIST; Phil Vanner
Subject: Re: Tonneau Covers

I bought mine from Moss through George M. at Classic Restorations. Best
price I could find.
I've written an article on installing the full tonneaux since Moss doesn't
send instructions. The fundamentals are the same for any car, and I wrote
the article that way, so for you Midget, it should be fine. I don't know of
any tonneaux-specific instructions, although Porter's DIY guide for MGBs is
generic enough for this job. If you want it, let me know what format is good
for you (I have Word 97 but can convert to other). At least it will let you
know how easy it is and what tools you should use.
Kim Tonry: You're welcome to this one too for The Driver...I don't think
it's been posted on any websites although I've offered.
73 B

>My wife offered to buy me a tonneau as a present, so I'm suddenly in the
>market for one. Sidescreen midget type: no headrests, no quarterlights.
>Question: do these come with a back bar? If not where can I get one, they
>aren't in the usual catalogs.
>Who has best quality? Or, all else being equal, best price? Any I should
>definitely avoid?
>Any installation tips?
>And finally, feel free to hit me with your commercial e-mail if you are a
>vendor or Moss reseller, or have one to get rid of. Might as well keep the
>business on the list if it meets my needs. If you want to quote price with
>shipping, it will be to Minneapolis, zip 55416.
>Phil Vanner

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